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Re: replaced ic on philips you told me about which...
Your model is 55PP9352/17 correct? If so all the resistors from R3149 - R3160 are all 6.8Ohm 1watt 5% tolerance. metal film resistors. The resistors in your upper pic 3157 and 3158 appear to be open by looking at the pic I cant actually make out the banding colors to determine what rating they are. But if your set is a 55PP9352/17 they should be 6.8 ohm. let me know the actual color of the bands in order and I will post the ratings of 3157 &3158
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Don't have a "solution" yet, but found this table that decodes the blinks:
Error Code Table
0 = No error
1 = X-ray protection, E/W protection, and/or Vertical protection active
2 = High beam current protection active
3 = Reserved
4 = +5V protection active
5 = Signal Processor (IC 7150) register corrupted
6 = Signal Processor (IC 7150) error
7 = Total failure
8 = Internal RAM error (Microprocessor IC 7000)
10 = NV memory (IC7088) addressing error
11 = NV memory (IC7088) size error
12 = Histogram (YUV) (IC 7770) error
14 = Sound processor I²C error (TDA9855)
16 = Main Tuner I²C error (IC 1125)
17 = PIP Processor I²C error (IC 7350)
18 = PIP Tuner I²C error (IC 1127)
I, too, have the 6 blinks of a red light. I found another person online that suggested that perhaps the power cord was "defective" as it's a common issue. I replaced the power cord with one from an old computer (they're the same cord) and it seems to be OK now. That's all I can offer you at this time.
easy one ther should be 2 stk ic s on left or right big blak squre 99%bad goto nte semiconducter.com give stk #replce 20$ x2 always replace resitor around ic usualy bad 2$ total cost 45$max 2hrs time good luck tip buy heatsink compound 3$ radioshack
you need to replace both because they are both linked together with the green as each IC controls one color fully and half the green, so when one IC fails that places a strain on the other IC through the green, so that one will soon follow. You need two STK392-120 ICs and you will also need four 6.8 ohm 1 watt resistors. You can get replacement ICs and resistors at the following link with free installation instructions with pictures so you can do the repair yourself. Heres the link. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
yes the convergence ICs need to be replaced they are both STK392-120 ICs and you will also need four 6.8 ohm 1 watt resistors you can get replacment ICs and resistors at the following link and they provide free instalation instructions with pictures and free on line instant messageing to help you do the repair yourself. Heres the link. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
Yes your model uses two convergence ICs they are STK392-010 alot of people say change only one but thats wrong as one IC controls red and half the green circuits, and the second one controls blue and the remaining green. so if one IC goes it places a strain on the other one because of the green. So change both and you will avoid having to do it all over again in a few weeks. Heres a link where you can get new replacement ICs and they provide free instalation instruction as well as free on line instant messageing when youre ready to do the actual repair which takes about an hour from start to finish. heres the link. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
Thats the DPTV 335 series chassis when the IC blows it will usually take out 1 or 2 6.8 ohm resistors along with it. Look at the resistors right next to the ICs you will notice 1 or 2 with a little discoloration in the middle replace those and your set should be back to working just fine. Let me know if you need more help. These resistors are easy to spoy they all look alike and shouldnt have any bands on them they will be stamped 6R8 ohm 1W J
You need to replace the convergence ICs they are located on the large aluminum heat sink on the circuit board on the left. Either STK392-110 or STK392-120 are used in that chassis. And you can order them at this link and they provide free step by step instructions with pictures so you can do the repair yourself in about an hour. Heres the link. Just look for your stk numbers under the convergence IC section you will need to replace both of The ICs. If you need to know what they look like heres a pic. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
I fixed this very problem several times on this set. You must check some parts and, if bad, replace them correctly and safely. I can tell you what to look for for a small cash fee, but I don't know how this works on this site.
TDA 8362B IC which have vertical freq.output is at pin no.43. (vert.osc)
for fixing this problem minimise brightness to avoid crt burn.
proceed as follows
1 if you are getting sawtooth at output of ic tda 8362 pin 43 then check
1 supply at vertical output ic from eht.
2 yoke connector loose .
3 check vertical output ic parts.
4 finally vertical ic.
please check for normal output from power supply even though fault gets rectified just for protection.